Dear Dr. Ruchelsman,
I just wanted to thank you for my most successful ylumbyant surgery. I was in quite a lot of pain prior to surgery and am so happy to say that I am completely pain-free. As a dental hygienist my hand strength and dexterity is extremely important to me. Many thanks to Lori for her assistance for scheduling as well as all other office stuff, PA’s and assistants who had a role in my treatment. I appreciate you all. Best, P.D.
Dear Dr. Ruchelsman, Thank you for the compassion and interest you extended to me without being asked. You truly care about your patients and go above and beyond what is expected. Warm regards, S.R.
Wanted to write and share some happy news – I won a triathlon on 9/19, the Buzzards Bay Sprint Triathlon. I was the first female to finish. My first ever “win” overall. So incredibly grateful for a pain-free wrist that allowed me to swim in the ocean ,take off my wetsuit easily after the swim, bike fast without pain switching gears and the run hard to the finish (didn’t use my hands for the run portion but I was set up well for a great finish :))
Again.. THANK YOU for the plan that we went forward with – it has made a huge difference in my life
My husband even said to me today “you haven’t talked about your wrist pain in a really long time” he’s right .
Thank you so much! It’s been life changing on so many levels .
Dr. Ruchelsman, thanks for all the care and support!
Wishing you all the best!
T.M. - Harvard Crimson and Nashville Predators
Dr. Ruchelsman, Thanks for all of the support and fixing all of the boys wrists.
S.M. - Harvard Crimson and Buffalo Sabres
Dr. Ruchelsman, I couldn’t do what I do without all of your help.
S.D. - Harvard Crimson and New York Riveters (NWHL)
Thank you for keeping me in the lineup everyday! J.M., New Britain Bees #8 and Harvard Crimson
Thanks for getting me back on the ice. S.D. #16, Boston University Terriers
S.D. - Boston
Dear Dr. Ruchelsman,
Thank you for what you have given back to me. I can knit and crochet again. I can easily work my gardens, pick up and release small items, button buttons, and yes, tie my shoes. Most important, I can hold hands with my two youngest grandchildren—one with each hand.
Thank you so much! Sincerely
Thanks for fixing my wrist and for being a great doctor.
S.P. - Crimson